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Opinion: A clear definition of AI for colocation providers
Schneider Electric's Patrick Donovan discards all the hype and confusion surrounding 'AI' and paints a clear picture for now and the future.
Western Digital announces product line geared for AI-powered video surveillance
According to IDC, the amount of big data exabytes generated by surveillance solutions is expected to grow by 25% per year through 2021.
NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.
Pure Storage: Building a data-centric architecture for successful AI
Organisations can now use this optimised approach in compute and storage to support their AI projects.
How to stay on top of the ever-changing tech landscape
IMAGINE 2018 is not worth missing for anyone who wants to learn about the latest and greatest in enterprise tech.
How to keep on top of the latest enterprise tech
It's the event that invites you and your clients to check out the latest and greatest tech with you right there to make the sale.
GTC18 - What we can gain from a fully simulated Australia
ChannelLife sat down with Professor John Taylor, a local titan of GPU-powered research, to ask about how GPU tech is going to change this country.
GTC18 - The unrelenting optimism of Jensen Huang
Jensen Huang seems to genuinely want to save the world and thinks that he may just have the answers.
GTC18 - SAS on how to make money with deep learning
“AI is for everybody,” says SAS chief data scientist Wayne Thompson in his session on how to get to RoI with artificial intelligence.
GTC18 - NVIDIA and Arm partner to make IoT smarter
NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Accelerator will be integrated into Arm’s Project Trillium with the aim to make building deep learning loT chips easier.
GTC18 - NVIDIA ready to go all out on inferencing
NVIDIA’s new products and partnerships are set to bring fast and efficient inferencing to data centers, self-driving cars, Windows apps and more.
GTC18 - NVIDIA cranks up GPU power for deep learning
Three pieces of NVIDIA tech designed to give deep learning researchers more power to pursue their next big dream, including the world's largest GPU.
GTC18 - Day one at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2018 (GTC18) has begun!
Kinetica accelerates Australian expansion with new partnerships
Kinetica partners with XENON, NVIDIA and IBM to deliver BI, AI, and deep learning solutions for A/NZ enterprise and government customers.
Sophos' Intercept X dives into deep learning for security
Next-generation endpoint security provider Sophos is taking advanced deep learning neural networks to the fight against malware.
IHS Markit outline the big market trends in video analytics
IHS Markit senior analyst Monica Wang revealed her top market trends at the Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS).
How to speak like a data center geek: Artificial intelligence
Why now? Because even though it’s been around for six decades, AI has rarely been hotter.
Machine learning vs deep learning: what's the difference?
Johanna Pingel from MathWorks talks about deep learning and how it's different from machine learning.
Deep Instinct brings deep learning security to APAC
According to the company, it uses a proprietary neural network that is inspired by the brain’s natural ability to learn.
HPE releases a deep learning cookbook to simplify AI adoption
“We are at a precipice where the AI revolution can now have a profound impact on reshaping innovation, science, education and society, at large.”
McAfee embeds deep learning & AI into enterprise security offerings
Through human-machine teaming and an open and interoperable cybersecurity platform, McAfee proves ‘Together is power'.
MathWorks announces release of matlab and simulink product families
"With the growth of smart devices and IoT, design teams face the challenge of creating more intelligent products and applications..."
Four trends in artificial intelligence that affect enterprises
For enterprises, there are four trends in AI that stand out: large-scale machine learning, deep learning, human-enhanced AI and autonomous systems.
Exclusive interview: Machine learning vs deep learning - what's the difference?
Amazon and Netflix also leverage machine learning to generate tailored recommendations for books and films based on preferences and purchase history.